PG | | Comedy, Romance
Wrongfully accused of a bank robbery, a writer seeks the help of his ex-wife, who is now married to the soon-to-be D.A. of California.
Jay Sandrich made his feature film directorial debut on this picture, having worked for years as a successful television director of such hit comedies as Soap (1977) and Mary Tyler Moore (1970). Sandrich and Simon had an instant rapport. Simon had long admired Sandrich's work, and ... ...
Well, why this man is serving us dinner has got to be one of the most interesting explanations I've ever heard.
When Ira hands Glenda the printed photo of Nick from the bank camera, it is rumpled and has fold marks from being folded twice. In the very next scene, she's holding the same photo, but it's an unfolded, completely smooth copy.
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